It sure got me itching to finish some projects, too. Why is it that I become most motivated when I can't possibly work on a project? =) As soon as the dizziness left me and I felt safe to drive again, we hit the craft store, thrift store, and recycling center to restock and get to work on some projects. I don't really have an instructible this week, but I just wanted to let you know that I haven't dropped off the face of the earth.
First, I've managed to keep up on our rabbits and continue to learn about them daily. I've discovered we have a flighty one in the bunch and have already received many a nip from little Bobbin. Trying to handle him more so that he becomes more used to us. I found some wire mesh at the recycling center and have been attempting to secure our little porch for them to stretch their legs in a little. Now all I need is a gate!
The Oregon Poultry Swap has chosen one of my paintings for their 2017 special edition print for this year! I'm very honored and am looking forward to my tee shirt with the design on it! I decided to sign up as a vendor for their Winter Swap here in Eugene and so a lot of my time has been put toward getting ready for that. I found this awesome, weathered plank at the recycling center. Gwen and I sawed it down into reasonable pieces and I've been painting barn art on them. I've already received a great response and several pre-orders!
Then some more painting, crocheting, baking dipping tallow tapers, and practicing face painting for the meet. It sounds like so much fun! There's going to be a kids area, seed swap, scavenger hunt, raffle, demonstrations, decoration competitions... If you happen to be in the area February 11th you should really look it up!